James B. (Jamie) Rogers Joins VIC Technology Venture Development™ Board of Directors
Business leader brings strong history of executive management, business strategy, and organizational transformation.
FAYETTEVILLE, AR – July 20, 2017 – VIC Technology Venture Development™ (VIC™), is pleased to announce that James B. (Jamie) Rogers is joining the company’s board of directors. This addition continues to strengthen and diversify VIC’s board.
"We are excited to have Jamie join the VIC board," said Calvin Goforth, CEO and Chairman. “He is a highly accomplished business executive with a broad range of experience directly relevant to VIC as we continue to rapidly expand. Jamie also has an exceptional business relationship network especially in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area which is a strategic expansion area for VIC.”
“VIC has created a unique and scalable model to leverage technology across a range of industries and markets,” said Jamie Rogers. “I am thrilled to join their board at this exciting point in their development.”
Mr. Rogers joins the VIC board with over 20 years of business experience, most recently at Texas Industries (TXI), where he was Chief Operating Officer. In that role, Rogers held full P&L responsibility, managed 1,800 employees, and oversaw assets of $1 billion in 100 locations and six states. He was the Vice President for Consumer Products from 2001-2011, with responsibility for commercial and retail business lines representing $350 million in annual revenues. His first position with the company was a General Manager Resource Recovery, during which time TXI became a leader in the use of recycled fuels and alternative materials usage, and won several EPA awards for outstanding environmental leadership in industry. In his last year with the company, Mr. Rogers was a key member of the Senior Executive Team as they negotiated and transitioned the company through a merger and sale to Martin Marietta Materials.
Mr. Rogers serves on several profit and non-profit company boards and is a member of the North Texas Angel Network.